Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff blasted hard in a debate against candidate Marina Silva, her main contender, and in turn, Silva accused the current President for not recognizing errors.
Rousseff took almost every opportunity to face Silva, candidate of the Socialist Party (PSB), and accused her of not clearly explaining how she will fulfill her promises, like allocating the 10% of GDP for education and an increased budget for health or student´s bus fares.
“The candidate (Silva) spoke but did not answer the question about where to get the money. Who governs have to answer how he will make. It is not enough to commit and promise,” Rousseff refuted.
Meanwhile, Silva took a response from the president, who blamed the external economic crisis by the weak growth of Brazilian GDP, to ensure that the president is unable to recognize the errors of her administration.
A little over a month before the elections in Brazil, Silva reached Rousseff for the first time (Workers’ Party) in the intention to vote for the first round, with 34% each, and she would beat Roussef in the second round for ten points, according to polls.